How to Remove Glue Adhesive from a Subfloor?

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There are several different products that can be used to remove glue adhesive from a subfloor. The most common product is acetone. Some people also choose to use sand paper to sand down and remove the adhesive.
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1. Scrape as much dried adhesive from the subfloor as possible using a metal floor scraper. Much of the glue will flake or crack off. 2. Vacuum the glue debris with a wet/dry shop
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1. Soak a clean cloth in white vinegar. 2. Place the cloth on the glue, making sure to cover it completely. 3. Allow the cloth to sit on the glue for 30 minutes to an hour. If the
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1. Put on a pair of chemical resistant gloves, chemical resistant goggles and a nice pair of work shoes. Pour about 1 cup of brushable paste or gel adhesive remover into a metal cup
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1. Make sure you have all of the things listed above. Wearing the safety gloves grab hold of the clean new & sharp razor blade. Carefully use the blade to get underneath the glue
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